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Passenger transport reduced in Primorye

Passenger transport reduced in Primorye
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Passenger traffic has been reduced in Primorsky Krai - 68 intra-municipal bus flights have been temporarily stopped. This represents 8% of all regular inter-municipal transportations. There were no complete route reductions.

According to the press service of the Government of Primorye, intra-regional air routes are not reduced, but planes fly depending on the number of passengers.

Rail traffic continues to decline due to a decrease in passenger traffic in a pandemic. So, from May 27, the Omsk-Vladivostok train is canceled, and the Novosibirsk-Vladivostok train will run once every four days from May 26.

Money for tickets without a commission fee will be returned to passengers or provided seats on other trains. With the removal of restrictions related to movement, the running of passenger trains within the borders of Primorye will be restored. In total, 25 local trains were canceled in the Primorsky Territory.

From April 7, the number of railway flights on the route is reduced Vladivostok - Khabarovsk.

It was previously reported that Russian Railways change the frequency running a number of trains on domestic routes. Measures will be taken due to the decrease in passenger traffic caused by the coronavirus.

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